Broadcaster Phillip Schofield has released a book about his life called Life’s What You Make It.
The television and radio presenter writes about growing up listening to various radio stations including Radio Luxembourg.
Two bursary schemes have been launched for this year’s audio and radio industry technology event Radio TechCon.
They aim to make the event accessible to all and encourages attendance from people from under-represented parts of the industry.
A community radio station using the Caroline name has launched in the Maldon District of Essex.
Caroline Community Radio is using the brand of the former pirate with permission but has no official connection with the current Radio Caroline.
Radio 1 is broadcasting Europe’s Biggest Dance Show for another year as nine radio stations come together for the event.
Stations from eight different countries will air an eight hour dance music simulcast on Friday 23rd October.
Global has handed back the AM licence for Smooth Radio’s two frequencies in Cardiff and Newport/Gwent.
It follows the transmitters being taken out of service due to the redevelopment of one of the sites.
Sam FM Bristol will become Hits Radio if a request to change the Format of the station is approved by Ofcom.
Bauer is asking for a significant change to the output, resulting in the regulator launching a consultation.
Times Radio is launching a new TV advertising campaign to promote the ad-free national station.
The campaign is centred on giving words space and letting the stories do the talking to keep listeners well informed.